ALL INCLUSIVE PRICES, News (Oshawa Community Hockey League)

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Jul 11, 2023 | Brad Eveniss | 5463 views
ALL INCLUSIVE PRICES
                              O.C.H.L. All Inclusive Programs 
                                              2023-2024


Serving the Residents of Oshawa since 1947. Providing the highest quality programs at fair cost. Our mandate is to provide recreational hockey to all members of the community with emphasis on sportsmanship and fair play. 


U5 Development
$150.00
 
(Born 2020/2019)

U7Development
$200.00
 
(Born 2018/2017)

U9
$250.00
 (Born 2016/2015)

U11
$500.00
 (Born 2014/2013)

U13
$550.00
 (Born 2012/2011)

U15 
$600.00
 (Born 2010/2009)

U18
$475.00
 (Born 2008/2007/2006)

All divisions include:
Free jersey / socks

Professional Picture package
End of year award
Certified OMHA Coaches, Trainers and staff.


The OCHL continues to offer a flat registration fee of $225 for full-time goalies playing in the U11, U13, U15 and U18 divisions.   

To be eligible, goalies must have played at least one season in net as part of an OHMA sanctioned association and commit to playing full-time for the 2023/2024 season. 

Goalie clinics included.

All coaches and trainers are certified by the OMHA.
Certificate costs are paid for by the O.C.H.L.
 
Hockey Canada Registry:
https://page.hockeycanada.ca/page/hc/ohf/ontario-minor-hockey-association/region-6-j/oshawa-ochl

*The above is an outline of our programs that may very due to displacement situations.

 

 
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